Re: X Question
On Tue, 27 Jul 2004 22:15:34 +0700
cep welly <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Raquel Rice wrote:
> >I've been running 2 servers using Debian for about 6 months.
> well, i assume you're already go in expert zone.
> >However, neither has had X installed. Today I'm setting up a
> >desktop, with X installed. X starts, but does not appear. How
> >do I go about bringing up Gnome?
> well...i take back my previous comment.
> what do you mean by 'but does not appear' ?? is that mean that
> your screen just
> went blank with some error message from X ?? or ...??? then go
> configure X correctly.
> posting your hw and sw environtment, X configuration, and some
> error message could
> be helpful for others to help you.
> gnome ? apt-get gnome-core
Yes, it was vague. Sorry.
I meant to say that when the machine is booted, one of the last
messages which is displayed on the screen is that xserver has been
started. I am then at the command line. I'd like to be able to
start Gnome, but don't know how to get there. Do I need to change
run-levels? Or ... ?
When you blame others, you give up your power to change.
--Dr. Robert Anthony